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Make the most of your visit to SE Arizona by hiring Richard Fray, a professional southeast Arizona birding guide, to take you to the right places and show you the right birds. Whether you’re new to bird watching or a veteran birder, your Arizona birding experience will be greatly enhanced with the help of someone who knows the birds, and how to find them.

Based in Rio Rico, Santa Cruz County, Richard Fray has lived and birded in southeastern Arizona for more than 14 years, guiding full time for the last seven. Subject to availability, you can hire Richard by the day at very reasonable rates.

Southeastern Arizona has some of the very best birding in North America! With its tall mountains, vibrant canyons, rolling grasslands and lush desert, it’s also a region rich in natural beauty. Comfortable lodgings, easy transport, great food and warm weather all make for the perfect birding vacation.

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Birding in Southeast Arizona

I’ve included a whole section of valuable information for birders visiting Arizona.


Latest Arizona Birding Blog Posts

A morning of target birding in Madera Canyon and Green Valley, which was productive despite strong winds.

Gilded Flicker

A pleasant morning of birding and photography in the Peña Blanca area.

Hooded Oriole

A classic birding and photography trip ‘up the mountain’, starting at Agua Caliente Park in east Tucson and heading to the top of Mt. Lemmon.

Olive Warbler

An excellent day of target birding with a major surprise in the afternoon!

Flammulated Owl

A really nice day of birding in Santa Cruz County, with migration in full swing and a number of great highlights.

Common Black Hawk

A day of target birding in Santa Cruz County, at first frustrating, but ultimately successful.

Five-striped Sparrow

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